Farm to table isn’t just a trend in Michigan, it’s a way of life. As the nation’s second most agriculturally diverse state, thousands of restaurants serve locally-sourced foods and beverages, creating a dining experience unlike any other place. Likewise, boutiques, galleries, and markets are putting an increasingly strong emphasis on selling local products. With warm, friendly service and well-curated offerings, they create shopping experiences that are uniquely Michigan.

Shops by Region

Metro Detroit

Amidst the big box stores and national chains, there are a growing number of local shops in the Metro Detroit area that are making a point of featuring products designed and made right here in

Mid-Michigan

While we refer to it as Mid-Michigan, we are really talking about the middle of the Lower Peninsula, not the whole state. From art to apparel, food to jewelry, and so much more, these shops

Northern Michigan

Affectionately known as the tip o' the mitt, Northern Michigan is a huge draw for tourists and therefore boasts several souvenir shops. These stores not only showcase the state, they make a point of carrying

Southwest Michigan

West Michigan has long been a preferred destination for Michigan artists and food producers. In fact, the area around Saugatuck and Douglas is sometimes referred to as the art coast. The following shops make a

Upper Peninsula

There are a lot fewer big box stores and national chains in the Upper Peninsula than in most of the rest of the state so it's easier to buy from local, independent entities. Some also

New Openings

One Thirty Eight Cocktail Lounge

The aptly named One Thirty Eight Cocktail Lounge has opened at 138 W. Third St. in Harbor Springs.  The lounge offers an assortment of classic and modern cocktails, along with beer options, ranging from nostalgic

Milk & Froth

Starting as a local ice cream truck in 2019, Milk & Froth, an ice cream shop is a cool new addition to Detroit's summer. The scoop shop will be serving up both vegan and classic

Motor City Brewing Works

Detroit's oldest operating microbrewery has added a new location on the Avenue of Fashion in Detroit. In addition to a range of craft brews, like the popular Ghettoblaster, the new space features casual fare. It's

Charlie’s Candy Barrel

Charlie’s Candy Barrel features a large variety of candy, over 200 different flavors of pop in glass bottles, and gag gifts. The owner's intent is to spread joy. Like a good old fashioned sweets shop,

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